2 edition of Predicting the use of stage service buses in Great Britain found in the catalog.
Predicting the use of stage service buses in Great Britain
R. H. Oldfield
|Statement||by R.H. Oldfield, P.H. Bly and F.V. Webster.|
|Series||Laboratory reports / Transport and Road Research Laboratory -- 1000|
|Contributions||Bly, P. H., Webster, F. V.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||26|
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Get this from a library. Predicting the use of stage service buses in Great Britain. [R H Oldfield; P H Bly; F V Webster; Transport and Road Research Laboratory.]. Future bus travel was found to be sensitive to the level of economic growth assumed for the economy and to the amount of bus subsidy provided.
It is estimated that by the end of the century bus patronage will have fallen by about 42 per cent relative to the base year if subsidy is kept constant in real terms and the economy grows at 2 per cent per year. Thirty years ago, Adams () depicted a future UK where everyone was a millionaire lorry driver, simply by extrapolating from contemporary official transport growth assumptions.
These assumptions underpinned the ‘predict and provide’ approach which then characterised transport planning. Twenty years later, the New Deal for Transport White Paper () abandoned ‘predict and provide Cited by: Local Buses.
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users who booked Great Britain tend to be a little. bus service as. ver. y or fairl. good 75% of bus users rated the overall quality of bus services positively as did 45% of non-users – 61% of overall respondents. Number of destinations, frequency of services and information about bus times were rated most highly.
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